Negeen Ghasedi

Negeen Ghasedi is a graduate student at Henderson State University. She is currently working on her Masters of Liberal Arts degree with emphases in political Science and Literature. She teaches Basic English classes and also works in the HSU Writing Center. Her research interests include Romantic/Victorian literature, Persian literature, and American and Middle Eastern politics. She is also a classically trained cellist.

Contributions by Negeen Ghasedi

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Questioning the Utility of Myers-Briggs

"The listener is left with a general overview of the use of the Myers Briggs as a measure of predictive and descriptive social trends among specific samples within a variety of religious groups." In her research, Mandy Robbins applies Carl Jung’s Psychological Type Theory, which was later modified as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, ...

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